12 Tasting Notes
I’m admittedly a fan of bold Japanese green teas. I like that uncompromising grassy taste that drives most others away. This Sencha in particular is able to announce it’s vegetal presence on the palate, linger long enough to let one ponder its’ nuance, and then depart with a clean aftertaste. I enjoy this tea at the workplace or for introspection.
Of course, if you don’t – like – your tea grassy and raw, then by all means stay away. Unarguably an acquired taste.